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Pain to Train: The Reality of Choke and Pinch Dog Collars

This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as Pain to Train: The Reality of Choke and Pinch Dog Collars Today I choked my co-worker into doing what I wanted him to do. Last week, I saw a lady on the bus pinch another lady because she would not stop talking. Both of the above scenarios sound […]

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Protecting Your Pet (And Your Wallet) From Abacus Wealth

This article originically appeared on Abacuswealth.com as This article originically appeared on Abacuswealth.com as Protecting Your Pet (And Your Wallet) From Abacus Wealth  My dog, Katie, turned 5 this week. Katie is energetic, loving and healthy, but this wasn’t always the case. In 2012, she underwent major surgery for a life-threatening liver condition. The costs […]

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The Pet PT Pit Stop: Physical Therapy is Great, Except When It Isn’t

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Check out this interesting guest post from Susan Davis, PT of JoyCareOnsite.com, who discusses the occasions when physical rehabilitation may not be the best choice for your pet in The Pet PT Pit Stop: Physical Therapy is Great, Except When It Isn’t These articles originally appeared on DawgBusiness.com. Physical Therapy has been my beloved profession […]

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Seven Dog Winter Dangers And How to Prevent Them

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This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as Seven Dog Winter Dangers And How to Prevent Them  Winter myths and lies are blowing across the landscape these days. Not everything you read online is true, on this we can agree. But there are some winter myths that make their way into mainstream. Myths have no place […]

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Anatomy of a Dog With Irritable Bowel Disease: Part 4 of 5

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This article originally appeared on FidoseOfReality.com as Anatomy of a Dog With Irritable Bowel Disease: Part 4 of 5 Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) took my dog from me way too soon. In writing this 5-part series about this dreaded disease, which sounds nasty, can be, and has the potential to be fatal, I am learning, […]

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